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Eritrea: Further information on: Prisoner of conscience/Torture ...
10 May 2005

Demoze Afewerki, 67, married with three children, is now known to have been arrested at the same time as Pastor Kidane Weldu, and is detained without ...

Urgent Action       AFR 64/005/2005

Eritrea: Fear of torture/arbitrary detention
5 May 2005

Three trade union leaders, Tewelde Gebremedhin (m), Minassie Andezion (m), and Habtom Weldemichael (m), are now known to have been arrested ...

Urgent Action       AFR 64/002/2005

Eritrea: Prisoner of conscience/Torture or ill-treatment ...
24 March 2005

Kidane Weldu, a pastor of the Mulu Wengel ("Full Gospel") evangelical church, was arrested in a central street in the capital, Asmara, on 13 March. He ...

Urgent Action       AFR 64/003/2005

Eritrea: Forcible return / Fear of torture or ill-treatment ...
7 January 2005

Mahmoud Ahmed Chehem, Estifanos Solomon and two army officers were reportedly forcibly returned from Djibouti to Eritrea on 28 December 2004 ...

Urgent Action       AFR 64/001/2005

Eritrea: Further information on: Fear of torture / fear of ill ...
26 November 2004

Six of the detainees named are now known to have been released without charge in September, but a further four Jehovah's Witnesses arrested more ...

Urgent Action       AFR 64/009/2004

Eritrea: Fear of torture / Incommunicado detention/Arbitrary ...
9 November 2004

Thousands of people arrested on suspicion of evading military conscription and held at Adi Abeto army prison are thought to be at serious risk of torture ...

Urgent Action       AFR 64/008/2004

Libya: Further information on: Forcible return/fear for safety ...
5 September 2004

The Libyan authorities attempted to forcibly return a further 76 Eritrean asylum-seekers, including 22 women and six children, on 27 August. Some ...

Urgent Action       MDE 19/014/2004

Libya: Forcible return/fear for safety/fear of torture
27 July 2004

The Libyan authorities are reported to have forcibly returned over 110 people to Eritrea on 21 July. It is feared that they are now in secret, incommunicado ...

Urgent Action       MDE 19/012/2004

Eritrea: Further information on: Fear of torture / fear of ill ...
15 July 2004

It is now known that 38 not 28 Jehovah's Witnesses were arrested at a religious service in a private home in the capital Asmara on 24 January. Of these ...

Urgent Action       AFR 64/007/2004

The Wire, July 2004. Vol. 34, No. 6.
30 June 2004

1) Law punishes victims of rape in Pakistan 2) Systematic killings cause crisis in western Sudan 3) Breaking Haiti's cycle of violence 4) Confronting family ...

Newsletter       NWS 21/006/2004